FC Dallas await comforts of home vs. Atlanta United


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Dallas has won three of its past four MLS home matches, each win coming via shutout. The Toros won 12 of their last 18 regular-season home matches. Maarten Paes, the Toros’ goalkeeper, was dismissed in the 12th-minute. This is the earliest a keeper had been dismissed in an MLS game since 2014. Eugene Ansah logged his first career regular-season goal for FC Dallas in the loss.

FC Dallas is playing their third match in eight days, and they are 1-3-1 over their last five league matches. Dallas will play Atlanta for the first time at home since July 4, 2018; the series is split two ways. The most recent meeting was a 1-0 Atlanta victory at home in 2020. Atlanta (11-8-8) is coming to Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex following a loss to FC Cincinnati, league leaders, on Wednesday. Edwin Mosquera scored his first professional goal by volleying home a pass he received from Xande. However, Atlanta was unable to hold on. We were playing against a team that was in first place and were competing and chasing. The Five Stripes won their most recent away match 2-0 at Seattle, on August 20. It was their fourth win in 30 matches. Atlanta has not won back-to-back matches on the road since August 2021. He will return for the FC Dallas match.

–Field Level Media